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CDCD would like to announce new job opportunities:

 

Housing Stability Worker
The Housing Stability Worker assists clients with obtaining and retaining housing by providing financial support. The Housing Stability Worker is responsible for assessing applications for the Housing Stability Program as well as negotiating and liaising with landlords and utility companies. The Housing Stability Worker will work alongside Outreach Workers and community partners to ensure clients are supported in a timely manner. Apply Here.

Orientation Settlement Worker – Ukrainian Speaking
Using Trauma-informed and Gender-equity approaches, the Orientation Settlement Worker is responsible for assessing client needs and providing support and guidance, as well as information and referral services to immigrants, newly-arrived individuals and families and newcomers.  Apply Here.

Orientation Settlement Worker – Dari/Pashto Speaking
Using Trauma-informed and Gender-equity approaches, the Orientation Settlement Worker is responsible for assessing client needs and providing support and guidance, as well as information and referral services to immigrants, newly-arrived individuals and families and newcomers.  Apply Here.

Settlement Worker in Schools (SWIS Worker) – Dari/Pashto Speaking
The SWIS Worker works in schools and acts as an entry point for newly arrived students and their families to the broad range of settlement services offered by Community Development Council Durham (CDCD) and other community agencies. This individual also provides cross-cultural education and information about schools and schooling. Using Trauma-informed and Gender-equity approaches, the successful incumbent will provide leadership to schools in support of the awareness needed for systemic change for newcomers.  Apply Here.

Mental Health (Trauma-Informed) Settlement Worker at Community Development Council Durham
Using Trauma-informed and Gender-equity approaches, the Newcomer Mental Health Settlement Worker is responsible for assessing client needs and facilitating settlement and integration by working with immigrants, and newly-arrived individuals and families. The successful incumbent will be required to conduct outreach activities and presentations to raise awareness of mental health and support clients in navigating through mental health and wellness support systems and challenges.  Apply Here.

Computer and Internet Coordinator
The Computer and Internet Coordinator will contribute to the overall success of the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funded programs, services and activities offered virtually by ensuring eligible clients, volunteers and staff have the necessary understanding and knowledge to actively participate in and conduct engagements, appointments and activities that utilize online modalities.  Apply Here.

Donations Coordinator
The Donations Coordinator is responsible for receiving, processing, distributing and tracking donations. The successful incumbent will be the point of contact for inquiries regarding the collection and distribution of donated goods and items. In partnership with the Team Lead, Newcomer Wellness, Volunteer and Youth Services, the Donations Coordinator will assist with recruiting and coordinating volunteers that support Ukrainian and Afghan resettlement.  Apply Here.

For more information please see the attached job postings and the application process at: https://communitydevelopmentcouncildurha.easyapply.co 

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